Joyce Brothers, who enjoyed a long and prolific career as a syndicated columnist, author, and television and film personality, has died.
Sources did not identify the name of the staffer, or what position the person will play on the campaign.
The Obama administration isn't likely to make a decision anytime soon on the Keystone XL pipeline expansion.
A push for local foods helps hotels differentiate themselves in a crowded marketplace, where catering to business travelers is a priority.
Revenge plastic surgery -- getting back at your ex by having work done to become more attractive -- is becoming more and more common.
Kevyn D. Orr, the emergency manager, called for a complete restructuring of Detroit’s finances and described long-term obligations of at least $15 billion.
A 12-year-old California boy accused of fatally stabbing his 8-year-old sister had been suspended from his middle school this year after being accused of bringing a small pocketknife there, according to a fellow student and a school administration source.
Where AIG shares go from here may depend on how quickly it starts returning capital to shareholders, analysts say.
The question for markets is how long will this even-keeled attitude toward the incredibly shrinking yen remain?
A new study finds that taking care of their family's needs is impeding women's ability to save for retirement.
Rising home sales and prices mean fatter checks for realtors.
While some recent studies suggest that the doubling of carbon dioxide levels will not result in as high an increase in temperature as previously thought, they are not the last word.
Morgan Stanley CEO James Gorman may face some intense questioning Tuesday over his pay at the firm's annual meeting.
The dean of admissions of St. Lawrence University discusses what admission officers look for while reviewing a student’s transcript and whether it’s better to have an A in an honors class or a B in an Advanced Placement class.
Virgin America said its losses are declining and it could stage an IPO as early as next year, TheStreet.com reports.
A judge on Monday indicated he will allow Colorado movie theater shooting suspect James Holmes to change his plea to not guilty by reason of insanity.